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SAMR in the School Library

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Colleen Herman

on 3 November 2014

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Transcript of SAMR in the School Library

Basic Office Skills
Basic Google Docs Skills
Lesson Plans
E-mails
etc....
Teacher Created Materials
Teacher Used Technology
Substitution
Augmentation
Modification
Redefinition
Pinterest
Facebook
Twitter
List Serve
Professional Organizations
ALA
AASL
ISLMA
CTLA
Social Media
Book Searches
Overdues
Book Requests
Statistic Reports
Adding New Books
Weeding Old Books
Library Catalog
School Wide Subscriptions
Brain Pop, Jr.
Brain Pop
Capstone Library
MYON
CPS provided Databases
encyclopedias
e-Books
Teaching Books
Subscription Services
Prezi
Weebly
email
Collaboration with Others
Sharing Literature with whole class
Reading boooks from iBooks
Purchasing Book Apps
Using MYON and other eBook
Matching up students with interests
Nooks
iPads
Reading Books
Doodle Buddy App
Retelling Stories with Puppet Apps
Responding to Literature
Students review Brain Pop, Jr or other subscription services
Students can reread books shared by teacher
Ability to Review Material
Students can search from anywhere
Students can request books
Students can check in and check out their own library books during
self check out
allowing students to access more books during each weekly check out
On Line Library Catalog
Use of LCD or Apple TV to share books at a larger scale (Shark vs. Train)
Enhanced Reading Experiences (I Have a Dream)
Changing Languages
Reading Books
Students emailing their work
Google Forms to provide responses
Responding to Literature
Blog posts to share with peers
Websites to share with teachers
Vimeo
Educreations
Animoto
Youtube
email
Collaboration with Others
iMovie
Puppet Pals
Animoto
Recording Videos
Screenshots
Camera Roll
Labels / Titles
What will students do next?
Technology in the School Library
Technology allows for significant task redesign.
Technology acts as direct tool substitute, with no functional change
Technology acts as a direct tool substitute, with functional improvement
Technology allows for the creation of new tasks, previously inconceivable
Layering Apps
technology that lies in the hands of the librarian
Unknown
Everything starts with a foundation based on AASL and CCSS Standards.
I first learned of the SARM Continuam from Ruben R. Puentedura, Ph.D. at the CPS iPad Academy 2012.
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